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Simon Wyss

Something’s fishy about Bell & Howell Co.

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I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky . . .

 

Unfortunately not to the seas but to our discussion, as follows:

 

The Johnsons didn’t set foot on the continent of Africa before 1921. Please refer to

http://www.safarimuseum.com/about/martin-and-osa-johnson/. If that is not true, what is?

 

We can forget completely about any relation between Martin and Osa Johnson with the Bell & Howell 2709 camera prior to its public introduction in 1912. Reverend Robinson must either have tweaked ends to meet or simply messed up things.

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